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Support Networks

Wirral Hospitals' School values Community Cohesion highly.

We work closely, symbiotically and collaboratively with many partners, including the following organisations.

Click on the links below for further information.



This is a Wirral-based organisation that offers support and help to families of children who have additional health or care needs. Support is offered in a variety of ways, including four groups a week.


The above link will take you to the 'Nobody is Normal' section of the Childline website, their new section aimed at helping children understand that lacking confidence, feeling that they don’t fit in or aren’t good enough is a shared experience.

Wired Carers Support

The above link will take you to a useful newsletter, giving information on a Carers' Grant, and lots of other useful information to help carers cope during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Wirral Borough Council

The above link will guide you through the council’s A-Z of services and up to date information regarding current local news. 

The National Autistic Society

The National Autistic Society - Provides information for people on the autism spectrum and their families. They provide support and pioneering services

Autism Together

Autism Together – Provides local support and services to people on the autism spectrum and their families.  It also provides national information too.

Alder Hey (Dewi Jones Unit)

NHS Dewi Jones Unit - The Dewi Jones Unit is an inpatient mental health facility, designed to help children and young people aged 5 to 13 who are going through a difficult time or struggling because of their way of thinking, their feelings, or with some difficult behaviour.

Ancora House The Young People’s Centre in Chester, it provides specialist in-patient treatment services for young people between the ages of 13-18.

CHEDS - Cheshire and Merseyside Adolescent Eating Disorder Service

CHEDS is the Cheshire and Merseyside Adolescent Eating Disorder Service. They are part of the specialist CAMH services provided by CWP and work closely with CAMHS, the Adolescent Inpatient Services and the Home-Based Treatment Team, in providing focused interventions and support for young people with a broad range of complex eating disorders. The service works with young people who have a broad range of complex eating disorders, are aged 13-18 and live in the Cheshire and Greater Merseyside area.

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS)

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) This site has been developed for everyone interested in the mental health and well-being of children and young people across Cheshire and Wirral.


Brook (Wirral) - is a free and Confidential Sexual Health service for young people under 25.  It is based in Birkenhead on Whetstone Lane.

Edge Hill University ITE (Initial Teacher Education)

NHS England - Easy Read Newsletter

This easy read newsletter tells you about what they are doing to make the NHS better for people with a learning disability, autism or both.